Networking Company, Coriant, Boasts New CEO with Over 28 Years Experience
Coriant is a dynamic company in the market when it comes to innovative networking technology that serves over 100 countries (1). It’s technology boast an impressive history that is derived from Siemens Optical Networks, Tellabs, and Sycamore Networks (2). The company specializes in hardware and software for optical transmission (2) serving hundreds of thousands of networks worldwide (1).
For those unfamiliar with Coriant, they offer a variety of services including those for “video, cloud, and mobility applications (4).” They also service more than 500 customers which include “service providers, enterprises, and cloud/data center operators (4).” Coriant offers a variety of products which include Packet Optical Transport Solutions, Software Defined Networking, Intelligent Network Management, Edge Routing Solutions, and MSPP and Cross-Connect Solutions (4).
You may have already heard much of this information since the company’s debut in 2013, but do you know about Coriant’s new CEO, Shaygan Kheradpir? What does he bring to the table of this already impressive company?
Shaygan Kheradpir’s resume speaks volumes for itself with over 28 years of experience, he comes to Coriant with a wealth of knowledge and background in order to enhance Coriant, an already vibrant company. He began his training for his career with an impressive engineering Ph.D. from Cornell University(3).
Kheradpir’s prior work experience has been with giants in the market such as Verizon and Barclays. His work with Verizon really stands out in this sector as he was an executive leader in the team heading up Verizon’s Fios, a 20 million dollar venture (3). At Barclays, he also held a leadership position in the company’s TRANSFORM program (3).
Coriant’s combined 35 years of technology backing, along with excellent new and existing leadership, should help continue to prove themselves and provide excellent service to it’s clients as it competes in this fast paced world-wide networking market (1).